https://kb.swarthmore.edu/display/ACADTECH/Online+Teaching+Resources+from+Other+Schools This site from Swarthmore College provides several links to online teaching resources from other schools in areas such as Labs, Dance and Studio Art.
https://teachanywhere.stanford.edu/best-practices This site is a useful resource for online teaching tips from Stanford University. At this site you will find a link to 10 Strategies for Creating Inclusive and Equitable Online Learning Environments, as well as a link to Accessibility Considerations for Online Teaching.
ACUE’s excellent online teaching toolkit: https://acue.org/online-teaching-toolkit/
https://www.chronicle.com/article/What-Does-Trauma-Informed/248917?cid=wcontentlist An interesting article in the Chronicle of Higher Education on how to work with students under stress.
https://www.bowdoin.edu/baldwin-center/for-faculty/remote-learning-and-teaching/index.html This link will take you to the Bowdoin Remote Learning and Teaching page where you will find a link to their remote teaching readiness checklist.
https://kb.swarthmore.edu/display/ACADTECH/Resources+for+Teaching+Remotely This site from Swarthmore College provides practical guides for various online teaching tools.
https://www.oberlin.edu/cit/remote/strategies This site from Oberlin College of Conservatory offers Strategies for Remote Teaching and Learning.
https://teaching.cornell.edu/teaching-resources/planning-remote-teaching This site from Cornell University is a useful resource for preparing for alternative course delivery during Covid-19. Here you will find an online instruction readiness quiz.
https://environment.yale.edu/online-ed/transition-remote-teaching This site from Yale University includes a great tool – Moving from Campus to Online (PDF).
https://www.umass.edu/education/resources-remote-teaching This site from University of Massachusetts offers steps to take to make the shift to remote teaching.
https://digitallearning.ucsd.edu/ This site from UCSD offers strategies for remote instruction.
https://www.washington.edu/teaching/topics/teaching-remotely/ This site from University of Washington is a good resource for online teaching. It includes suggestions for Alternatives to high-stakes exams.
Five easy steps for creating an engaging online course: https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/views/2017/06/14/creating-engaging-online-course